Re: Attracting newbies (Was Booting Debian/testing fails)
On Tue, Feb 06, 2007 at 08:54:54PM +0000, Chris Lale wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> >On Mon, Feb 05, 2007 at 04:08:53PM -0500, Michael Pobega wrote:
> >>I agree with you, I'm not one of those people who are completely against
> >>Ubuntu; I think just anything you can accomplish in Ubuntu you can
> >>accomplish in Debian, and probably more effectively/easily.
> >>As for the newbie documentation, we should definitely get something
> >>together. Everyone who is interested email me at my personal emailing
> >>just to say "Aie!". Drop me an AIM/MSN/Jabber contact so I can reach you
> >>beyond email if possible.
> >Don't have AIM/MSN/Jabber. I like email and wiki. Especially if we're
> >not all in the same time zone.
> I agree with Hendrik about the time zone problem.
> I think it would be great if we we could all get our heads together and
> thrash out some ideas. One way of doing this would be to set up an email
> list for this purpose. I would be happy to do this on the NewbieDOC
> account at berlios.de. This would not mean that anyone would need to be
> tied to the NewbieDOC project - it's just that the facility is already
> there. At least it would get us started. What do you think?
Any chance of processing it through gmane to make it easier to browse?
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